COVID-19 has changed worldwide the way educators are delivering medical education. Professor Paata Tsagareishvili, Vice Dean of David Tvildiani Medical University, in Georgia, joined our Body Interact Global Network event to answer the question “how can educators respond to the medical student’s needs?”
By sharing with the audience the different resources implemented by the university in terms of communication, clinical reasoning practice, and assessment, Professor Paata shared his view with participants on how Body Interact virtual patients can be used either in remote learning sessions, in-person classes, or hybrid activities.
Watch the complete presentation on the video below.
Body Interact Global Network 2021 – Think Virtual: Part 3 with Paata Tsagareishvili
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(Ph.D. candidate, MSc, RN)